Is environmental justice actually possible?
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Is environmental justice actually possible?

And how should we define it? One of my environmental policy professors concluded a recent lecture about environmental justice (EJ) by asking the class whether or not we…

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Cartoon: The correct way to pronounce “The MU”
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Women of all ages and backgrounds deserve to have their stories shared
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Women of all ages and backgrounds deserve to have their stories shared

Telling the stories of women means telling stories about a variety of women In anticipation of season three of “The Crown,” which was released on Nov. 17, there…

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UC Davis students deserve adequate time to study for finals
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UC Davis students deserve adequate time to study for finals

Implement dead week! Finals are on the horizon, and students are suffocated in projects and assignments with approaching deadlines. Due to the pressures of studying for finals week,…

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Activism in the NFL
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Activism in the NFL

Jay-Z is no sell-out This August, Jay-Z’s entertainment company, Roc Nation, entered into a multi-year deal with the NFL to “enhance the NFL’s live game experiences and to…

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Humor: Come to this random dude’s dorm for discounted dental services
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Humor: Come to this random dude’s dorm for discounted dental services

Don’t be alarmed if you hear fluoride-gagged screams coming from the hotbox  Justin Miller, that random dude down the hall, is now taking new dental patients. Miller, a…

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ASUCD officials manipulate Bylaws to hold special election
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ASUCD officials manipulate Bylaws to hold special election

Special election announced with only one-day notice This week, ASUCD gave students a one-day notice that a special election would be held today through Thursday, after an election…

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Humor: Profound art history student finally says anticipated comment in class
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Humor: Profound art history student finally says anticipated comment in class

Ugh his mind. So powerful. Kenneth Coleman walked into his Art History class last Thursday evening and sat in his unassigned-assigned seat in the back, just as he…

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Coca-Cola’s confusing crusade for environmental cred
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Coca-Cola’s confusing crusade for environmental cred

A case study in the confounding contradictions of corporate environmental stewardship A few weeks ago, in one of my environmental policy classes, we had a guest speaker from…

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Young Adults literature gets a lot of undue criticism
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Young Adults literature gets a lot of undue criticism

YA novels are unique and important for the way they allow readers to connect to stories  For better or worse, I credit the development of my formative teenage…

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Cartoon: A Turkey’s Feast
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Happy Thanksgiving from the Editorial Board
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Happy Thanksgiving from the Editorial Board

Aggie editors reflect on places for which they are thankful Kaelyn Tuermer-Lee, Editor-in-Chief While I have lived in several different places and have been fortunate to travel across…

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Humor: Gorgeous professor is unaware that students only attend class for him
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Humor: Gorgeous professor is unaware that students only attend class for him

History is HOT! Professor Alan Sanders, a stunning assistant professor in the UC Davis history department, was shocked to see that his course offered this winter already had…

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Fantasy football has revolutionized the NFL and you should play it
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Fantasy football has revolutionized the NFL and you should play it

Revenue from the fantasy football industry has propelled the league to change the way we consume its product Fantasy football makes every NFL game worth watching, which is…

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Humor: BREAKING: Frat Boy Frisbee Season leads to countless injuries
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Humor: BREAKING: Frat Boy Frisbee Season leads to countless injuries

Let your loved ones know you’re okay: mark yourself “safe” from lethal sport Eating her favorite CoHo entree beside her squirrel companions in the Quad, first-year student Jessica…

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